Kabaddi World Cup 2019 to Be Held in Punjab From December 1–9, Pakistan and Canada Still to Get NOC From Central Government
Indian Kabaddi Team. (Photo Credits: Twitter)

Chandigarh, November 13: The Kabaddi World Cup will be held from December 1 to 9, it was announced by Punjab's Sports Minister Rana Gurmit Singh Sodhi here on Wednesday.

India, USA, Australia, England, Sri Lanka, Kenya, New Zealand, Pakistan and Canada are likely to take part in the meet this time, Sodhi said. Anup Kumar Retires from Kabaddi! Former India Skipper Announces His Retirement After 15-Year Iconic Career.

"Barring Pakistan and Canada, all teams have got NOC from the Central Government. The NOC with regard to these two countries is still awaited," he said in a statement. The tournament this year would be dedicated to the 550th birth anniversary of the founder of Sikhism Guru Nanak Dev ji.